Posts Tagged ‘child abuse’

CAPC Welcomes New Director!

BIG NEWS! The Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) is pleased to welcome Edgardo Monroy as the new Executive Director to the organization. Edgardo is a native of Santa Cruz County, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and a Master of Business Administration from California State University of Monterey Bay. He…

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How you can help #EndTrafficking

Human trafficking is happening here in Tulare County. Human trafficking includes both labor and sex trafficking victims; adults and juveniles. It includes those who may be going to our schools or working with us. In 2016, the Tulare County District Attorney’s (DAs) office reported numerous cases involving human trafficking. Also that year, the Tulare County…

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Help make baskets for our local homeless community!

  We are doing something different and special for this year’s conference! We are partnering with the Tulare Kings Homeless Alliance and invite you to bring items that will be given to our local homeless members they serve. Instead of our usual centerpieces, we will have baskets that each table can design with their donated…

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Create YOUR video to promote Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) and Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council wants you to promote awareness in your community. Create a short video like ours including as many people from your community, school or organization. Please include the tagline “Stop the silence, end the violence, domestic violence is child abuse.” Share…

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The Benefits of In-Person Mandated Reporter Training

Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council offers mandated reporter training.  New school year = New employees needing mandated reporter training Do you or your place of employment need to take mandated reporter training? Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council provides training. Just contact CAPC online or call for more information at 559-735-0456. Online mandated reporter training…

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6 Ways to Respond to Child Sex Trafficking in Tulare County

Child sex trafficking is happening here in Tulare County. In September, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department concluded an investigation that led to the identification of 50 victims, women and children, in a sex trafficking ring in Tulare County. The siting, called Operation Baby Face, led to the arrest of three Tulare County men charged with human trafficking.…

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The Lisa Project in Orosi this week!

“If you listen, I’ll tell you my story”…   Enter into the experience of a child abuse victim Orosi High School in partnership with the Tulare County Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) will host “The Lisa Project in 10” exhibit, an interactive experience about child abuse, prevention, and awareness. Exhibit entrance is free and open to the…

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Woodlake Proclaims Itself “Community For Child Well Being.”

Woodlake becomes second community in California to make proclamation On Monday, June 27, the Woodlake city council made an official proclamation that the city was a “Community For Child Well Being.” Woodlake is the second community in California, and possibly the nation, to make such an official proclamation, after Farmersville.  The community will be working together…

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